Lame translation ver. 1.4. = = (Chinese)
This map has nothing to do with politics.
Short answer: The program we use to get IPs separate China, Taiwan, AND Hong Kong. While Hong Kong is now officially a part of China【not translated
】, we go by the program's region divisions.
Long answer: We divide the map into "regions," not countries. Taiwan is a region. Africa, as a whole, is a region. Western Europe, abritrarily decided, is a region. If we lump China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong together, that tells us nothing statistically since all three areas combined have to such a large amount of voters. So divisions are made by vote totals, not politics. For example, if for some reason 15% of all ISML votes come from Hawaii, then we will separate Hawaii from the rest of the United States.
Trivia: The program also separates Macau, but I group those votes together with Hong Kong.
Hong Kong=中国香港（Chinese Hong Kong, lol. That is what officially called.）
Hawaii=夏威夷州（State of Hawaii）
I was translating on behalf of the official staff. So, hopefully it sounds official.= =
BTW, I was using "American Chinese". Thus, it may sound weird to Chinese. However, I guarantee that I had fully translated what you said KS.
I will come back for this. Now I need to read the evil book